A letter written by the chairpersons of the training boards in Sindh claims that will probably be troublesome to conduct matric and intermediate exams this yr as a result of an absence of funds.
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In line with the letter, the federal government of Sindh had to offer a grant of over Rs. 3 billion to the boards, which has not been granted, and consequently, the salaries of staff are pending.
It is going to be a troublesome job to conduct examinations this yr until the grant is given instantly, the letter added.
The chairperson of the Sukkur board lamented that boards “should conduct examinations by begging” if the provincial authorities fails to difficulty the grant.
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Equally, the chairperson of the Hyderabad board stated that the lecturers are backing off from work as a result of non-payment.
The board heads declare to have reached out to the federal government a number of occasions, nonetheless, the federal government has not addressed their complaints but.